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Looking to learn more about apps? Wondering how apps can benefit
Join us for a free
one-hour webinar on Thursday, October 25 at 11 a.m. Pacific time to explore the wide world
of apps for nonprofits and libraries. Find the app that's just right for you!
Recent Pew Internet studies show that 45%
of American adults now own smartphones and 50%
of adult cell phone users have downloaded an app.
Nonprofits and libraries are using apps to reach their
communities. Apps can be used to engage your supporters, tell stories, and
ultimately transform your community.
TechSoup Technology Analyst Ariel Gilbert-Knight
will help you navigate the many approaches to developing a strategy for apps in
your organization, and give you an overview of some great apps that are already
This webinar is a part of Transforming Communities, a Microsoft-funded
initiative focused on identifying the app needs of nonprofits and libraries and
finding ways to meet those needs through new and existing technologies.
learning more about how you can use apps to transform your community? Register today and see you on October 25!
Signed up for the second webinar, but missed this one. Is it records and available so we can watch it now?
I, too, am looking for an archived version of the webinar or links to handouts, etc. Is this possible? Thanks!
Thanks so much for your interest! You can view the recording and links to resources here: cc.readytalk.com/.../meetingArchive
What webinar software or tool you use to conduct webinars? I mean to say do you use WebEx, gomeetnow, gotomeeting etc. or have on premise web conferencing appliance installed such as RHUB appliances or something else?
TechSoup uses ReadyTalk. Just click on the link in the blog to see an example.